Available Works


Jacob Littlejohn (b. 1995, UK) is a Scottish artist whose practice explores the realm of human behaviour. A central motif within his work includes windows, stages and curtains, which act as physical and metaphorical barriers that either protect or expose intimate emotions and ideologies. Through the abstraction of everyday objects, theatrical props and the environments, Jacob attempts to push viewer to reconsider the original properties of such objects and the environments in which they inhabit through his paintings, becoming at once a spectator and a performer within the work. Jacob lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland.


BA, Glasgow School of Art, 2015-2018

Diploma, Edinburgh College of Art, 2013-2014

Certificate, Edinburgh College of Art, 2014-2015


2019, Abstract Art: Playfulness, Art Pistol


2020, Above the Belt, Circus Art Space, Inverness, Scotland (Group)
2020, London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London, UK (Group)
2019, VAS Open, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Scotland (Group)
2019, Little Originals, Dock Street Studios, London, UK (Group)
2019, HIX Art Award,HIX Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2019, Open Call, Delphian Gallery, The Print Space, London, UK (Group)
2019, The Presentation of Self, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland (Solo)
2019, Communication Out of Character, 24 Hour Window, Glasgow, Scotland (Solo)
2018, , Curated Stories Studio, Aberdeen, Scotland (Solo)
2018, Not Another Degree Show, Chelsea and Kensington Art Fair, London, UK (Group)
2018, Degree Show, The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2018, And Another Thing, New Glasgow Society, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2017, Series 3,The Glue Factory, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2017, Material Girl, The Old Hairdressers & Stereo, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2017, Anniversary, DOK Artist Space Steel Shed, Edinburgh, Scotland (Group)
2016, AT Tested, Grace & Clark Fyfe Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2016, Let’s Limbo,SWG3, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2016, 25% Extra, Laurieston Arches, Glasgow, Scotland (Group)
2016, WPS Opening, West Princess Street, London, UK (Group)
2015, Nothing in Common, Argyle House, Edinburgh, Scotland (Group)
2015, Office Party By Nothing in Common, Argyle House, Edinburgh, Scotland (Group)
2014, The Great Big Art Show, Edinburgh College, Scotland (Group)